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Function that returns a collection of documents I may read within the database

A function that simply returns me all documents I may read in the database. so I do not need to apply a form or field or anything.   

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  • Mar 26 2019
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    28 Mar 10:34

    I think that's available today -- unless I don't understand your point.

    NotesDatabase.Search("@All", Nothing, 0) => returns a NotesDocumentCollection of all documents the current user has [at least] Reader access to.